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AOM PDW 105 - Connecting Entrepreneurship Research and Practice

  • 1.  AOM PDW 105 - Connecting Entrepreneurship Research and Practice

    Posted 22 days ago

    What are research questions that matter to entrepreneurship practitioners?

    Program Session: 105. Practice Themed Workshop: Pathways to Connect Research and Practice J. Combs, J. Kickul & J. Mueller.


    Join us Friday August 9th from 10:15am to 12:15pm at the Boston Marriot Copley Place hotel in the Boylston room (Session 105) for an interactive workshop featuring a panel of practicing entrepreneurs, investors, and incubator managers from the Boston area. The practitioners will raise a set of questions that are important to them and for which they would like answers. Academic moderators will ask questions based on what is known from research to further refine the research questions. Panelists and moderators will work with workshop participants in small groups to develop relevant research projects. Groups will share their research designs and refine them through audience discussion. The goal is to identify timely research questions and develop research initiatives that will solve practical questions facing entrepreneurs and result in theory-driven empirical advances that can be published in top entrepreneurship outlets.

    Entrepreneurial Panelists include:
    • Rebekah Burns Valberg – Founder of Max Radius and Vice President of Growth at MassChallenge accelerator (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebekah-valberg-56621b1/)
    • Ted Clark – Executive Director of the Northeastern University Center for Family Business (https://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/people/edmund-ted-clark/)
    • Jana Gailiunas– Founder of Noble Fresh and Cape Cod Community Builder at Rent Sons (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jana-gailiunas-b313874a/)
    • Doug Hurd – Experienced entrepreneur (co-founder, Clypd), investor, and advisor. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/doughurd/)
    • Katelyn Husereau, Senior Manager, Advisor to Family and Owner Led Businesses at CFAR (https://www.linkedin.com/in/katelynhusereau/)
    • Zac Rolnik – Founder of Now Publishers and publisher of entrepreneurship research (https://www.linkedin.com/in/zrolnik/)
    • Shakenna Williams - Director of Global Initiatives for Babson's Center of Women Entrepreneurial Leadership (https://www.linkedin.com/in/shakenna-williams-ph-d-0a94a739/)
    Academic facilitators/Moderators:
    • Marina Biniari, Aalto University
    • Jim Combs, University of Central Florida
    • Kim Eddleston, Northeastern University
    • Jill Kickul, University of Southern California
    • Dominic Lim, Ivey Business School - Western University
    • Tom Mierzwa, University of Maryland
    • Erik Monsen, University of Vermont
    • Ainurul Rosli, Brunel University
    • Ronda Smith, Ball State University




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    Erik Monsen
    University of Vermont
    Burlington VT
    (802) 656-8994
    erik.monsen@uvm.edu
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